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    Hacheston 1865 Post Office Directory

    HACHESTON is a village and parish, in Loes hundred and rural deanery, Plomesgate union, Woodbridge county court district, archdeaconry of Suffolk, and diocese of Norwich, East Suffolk, on the river Ore, between Wickham Market and Framlingham, 4 miles south-east from the latter place, and 83 from London. The Framlingham branch of the Fast Suffolk Railway passes through the parish. The church is named All Saints. The living is a vicarage, annexed to that of Parham, joint annual value 209, in the gift of Frederick Corrance, Esq., of Purham Hall, and held by the Rev. Charles Thomas Corrance, M.A. There are several small charities, left by different people for the relief of the poor. There is a Charity school, supported by the widow of the late Andrew Arcedeckne, Esq.: likewise a Charity school, endowed by Edward Porter, Esq., in 1703, for the education of 12 boys of this and the adjoining parish of Parham. There is a fair held by charter on the 3th of November, for toys, ice. The population in 1861 was 526, including the humlet of GLEVBRIKG, and the parish contains 1,751 acres; the net properly assessment is 2,866 17s. 6d.
    Parish Clerk, Thomas Comyn.
    POST OFFICE RECEIVING HOUSE.—Thomas Comyn, receiver. Letters from Wickbam Market arrive at 7.30 a.m.; dispatched at 8.20 p.m. The nearest money order office is ac Wickham Market
    Charity (supported by the widow of the late Andrew Arcedeckne, esq.), Mrs. Kindred, mistress
    Free (endowed by Edward Porter, esq.), Thomas Comyn, master

    Barthrop Miss
    Gregory Thomas, esq
    Tanner Rev. John Selwood [curate]
    White Mr. William

    Barker Isaiah, blacksmith
    Brame John, grocer
    Cornish Edmund, shoe maker
    Cracknell Thomas, farmer
    Eade James, fanner
    Felgate George, tailor
    Hill James, Queen's Head
    Kirhy Robert, saddler & harness maker
    Plant Samuel, grocer & draper
    Taylor James, thatcher
    Thurlow George, farmer
    Thurlow William, farmer
    Tricker Philip, coach builder
    Walker Thomas, farmer
    Woolnough William, miller
    Wright George, grocer & draper

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